- Apr 22, 2017
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that is all cool...but,well,either it is...or it isn't.Yes, I do understand that. The guitar that Jimi Hendrix set on fire, on stage must be worth thousands, too. The mind set is what I was questioning. It is just the fact that we "believe" it is genuine that drives the price up. Like the Rembrandt painting that I mentioned. If a guitar was believed to be a genuine Burst there would not be a shortage of people that would love that guitar. Then, if one day someone "proved" it was fake many of the same people would not think much of that same guitar. And if one day it turned out to be genuine after all, many of the same folks would live it again.
Admittedly, I am just speculating, I can't prove it.
To help ensure truth through accurate observation and analysis, one must record numbers and observations.
EE. is, from what i have read,a source.Benchmarks. evidence based data.details.(sorry,i use to work in a metallurgical lab as a tech.documenting the smallest measurement...training was, record it for validation!)